Quality of Life in Tunisia in 2023-2024 (forecast)

Quality of Life Index 115.03
Purchasing Power Index 31.04 Very Low
Safety Index 53.5 Moderate
Health Care Index 56.83 Moderate
Climate Index 97.52 Very High
Cost of Living Index 30.3 Very Low
Property Price to Income Ratio 8.83 Moderate
Traffic Commute Time Index 35.58 Low
Pollution Index 71.09 High
ƒ Quality of Life Index: 114.03 Low

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Last update: August 2023

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Quality of Life in Tunisia in 2023

Quality of life refers to the general sense of health, happiness, and wellbeing that people experience in their daily lives in Tunisia. It goes beyond economic factors to include intangibles that make life more fulfilling.
Tunisia scores high marks for work-life balance, with the typical work week around 44 hours. Most full-time employees receive at least 18 vacation days per year. Work culture aims to prevent burnout and allow time for family and leisure.
Tunisia also ranks highly for overall life satisfaction according to relevant reports and rankings. Contributing factors like affordable healthcare, low crime, and excellent weather lead to general contentment for residents.
Access to parks also bolsters quality of life in Tunisia. With a healthy work-life balance built into the culture, citizens have opportunities to take advantage of these offerings and enjoy their free time.
Taken together, these factors provide a high baseline of security, happiness and comfort for many people in Tunisia. The quality of life allows residents to thrive in their health, relationships, careers and beyond.

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